Peter Karroll licensed Bif's songs to many major labels and did co-venture music projects including mixing and recording tracks for Films and Television. Peter Karroll co-wrote, produced and mixed many successful tracks including Platinum and Gold selling albums and singles with Bif Naked. As well live events on In Demand and music television programing on the Fuse Network all contributed to the overall success of Bodog Entertainment. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Sometimes she falls so hard she gets engaged. That song is for him, definitely, because it was like a moment of weakness. The video, which is on MTV's frequent-play list, follows the performer as she roams through the Atlantic offices and startles suit-clad extras. She said she went with director Marcos Siega's concept for the video because she thought his treatment best suited the song. Plus, she added, she and Siega both have the same Schwinn bicycle, which indicated to her that they were fated to work together. A young American couple doing missionary work in India adopted her. The family moved her to Minnesota when she was 2.
My mind's an ashtray, full of ashes Lick the tears from my eyelashes Oh whatever will I see that's good? He plays a really mean guitar She smokes a really big cigar I'd love to love ya if only I could Her love is oh so shiny wet Keeps a bald peacock for a pet Oh can you ever understand how I feel? Miss Jennifa my private dancer Miss Nina to whon I answer Kari says we're the only ones who are real. Psychopharmacology Has never found a friend in me But I'll eat sugar cubes all day and night Those ducklings are never ugly So she sells herself by the sea I'll bake her a cake, be it wrong or right The caterpillar and the spider Turn the screws a little tighter Can you ever understand my feel? Gail G my inspiration Miss Denise should run the nation Isabell tortures me with sex appeal.
Britt Black's rock education began early sharpening her chops playing everything from Grade 7 grads, punk shows, skate parks, ice cream parlors then scoring opening slots for Bif Naked, Goldfinger, Simple Plan, Sevendust, Treble Charger, Gob, Matthew Good, then Rock Festivals from coast to coast. Now, at 20 years of age, Britt Black already has more songwriting, recording and touring experience than most musicians twice her age. Britt began her career at 10 years of age co-writing a track "Violence" on a major label release "I Bificus". At 13 she was the founding member and key writer for the teen girl rock band "LiveonRelease" and enjoyed 4 high rotation videos off of 2 albums including "Let's Go" and "I'm Afraid of Britney Spears" which appeared in the movie "Dude Where's My Car". Bringing with her a history of writing hit songs made for Much Music and MTV, a full blown rock show and a young aggressive balls to the wall attitude the album entitled "Blackout" out now.